Welcome

Kehila Chadasha (translated, a new community) was founded in 1978 as a community that values Jewish heritage, history, and traditions through education, celebration, music, discussions, and social action. More

Come learn more about us!

Sunday, September 28
OPEN HOUSE, 9:15am-12:15pm
Parents and children are invited to participate in our Sunday School, including singing with Rabbi David Shneyer, classes for school-age children, and Kehila's Adult Education program.
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Upcoming Events

Announcements

  • Visiting Judean Gardens with Reb David :

    There is a custom in many communities to gather at a congregation's cemetery to visit the graves of loved ones. Reb David invites our community to join him at Judean Gardens on September 28.

  • Yom Kippur Food and Clothing Drive :

    On Yom Kippur, Kehila is collecting lightly used men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing for the Interfaith Clothing Center (ICC). Also during Yom Kippur services, we will be collecting non-perishable, healthy foods. 

  • Monthly Mitzvah Collecting Toiletries in September :

    During September Kehila is collecting toiletries for Sasha Bruce Youthwork. look for the monthly mitzvah box starting September 7.

From Reb David's Blog

Mindfulness in Rambam's Thinking

Our congratulations and thanks to Gilah Rosner and her committee for the excellent program and Sanctuary fundraiser held at Adat Shalom Congregation this past Sunday. The event, commemorating the yahrzeit of Candice Pert, an American neuroscientist who discovered the opiate receptor, and a pioneer in mindbody functions, featured Joan Borysenko, also a pioneer in holistic medicine and author of many books including Minding the Body, Mending the Mind and A Women's Journey to God.